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Clint Bailey

Software developer by day, and a freelance game journalist in-between.

The Witness: The Playthrough, Part 1

The Witness

This will be a series of articles in which I detail my blind playthrough of the indie first-person puzzle game, The Witness. Just for fun, I will discuss the sights and puzzles I encounter, my inevitable hardships along the way, and my thoughts on what it all means. That being said, if you have not yet played the game and intend ...

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Marvel vs. Capcom: Infinite Announced

Marvel vs. Capcom: Infinite

The rumored latest installment in the Marvel vs. Capcom series has been officially announced today at PlayStation Experience, and it will be called Marvel vs. Capcom: Infinite. The crossover fighting game will feature Arcade, Training, Mission, and Story single player modes. The Story Mode will reportedly “put players at the center of both universes as they battle for supremacy against ...

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Titanfall 2 was Mishandled by EA

Titanfall 2

Titanfall 2 is a really good game. Like its predecessor, the multiplayer  in Titanfall 2 is fast, loud, and tremendous fun; you could sell the game simply based on it. But developer Respawn went beyond simply improving upon a winning multiplayer formula, and created one of the best shooter campaigns the gaming community has seen in some time. Critical reception for ...

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The Game Awards 2016 Nominees Announced

The Game Awards 2016

The Game Awards 2016 will take place soon, and the nominees have been announced on the show’s official site. There are too many awards to list out all of the nominees here, but the selection seems to be on-par with the critical reception we’ve seen for games this year. One of the biggest awards (and the one everyone likes to debate most) ...

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Nintendo Switch: More Rumors Circulating

Nintendo Switch console and controller.

A few more rumors regarding the Nintendo Switch are circulating online, and are said to be sourced from someone that works for a large retailer. According to some of the rumors, the Nintendo Switch will be available at launch in two different packages. Supposedly there will be a basic package for $299 and a bundle version for $399, though nothing is ...

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Gears of War 4 Campaign: Did The Coalition Get It Right?

Gears of War 4

Full spoilers for the Gears of War 4 campaign follow; you have been warned! If you haven’t completed the game’s story yet, please do so first and then come back to read. Gears of War 4 had that “special event” feel about it, didn’t it? The last entry in the series was Gears of War Judgment, but being a prequel with a ...

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Reus Review: A Wealth of Fun

Reus gameplay

Reus originally released on PC in May 2013, and it has now been ported to the PlayStation 4 and Xbox One. While the game has its issues, Reus still delivers fun gameplay and an abundance of charm on consoles. Reus is a god game in which you control four giants (Forest, Ocean, Rock, and Swamp giants), whose abilities allow you to ...

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Mortal Kombat (1995): Revisiting the Film

It is hard to believe that the first live-action Mortal Kombat movie hit theaters 21 years ago. I have fond memories of the excitement that my older brother, my friends, and myself felt as the movie’s release approached; we had spent many hours dueling each other with the crazy Mortal Kombat characters, and the movie would give us the opportunity ...

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PlayStation 3 Class-Action Lawsuit Settled

PlayStation 3

A class-action lawsuit involving the original PlayStation 3 model has been settled, according to close sources. The lawsuit was filed recently due to the removal of the “Other OS” option that was featured in the first edition of the PlayStation 3. The “Other OS” feature allowed owners of the console to install and use an operating system besides the proprietary ...

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OPINION: Should Destiny Characters Transfer to Sequel?

It’s common knowledge at this point that Bungie is hard at work on a proper sequel to Destiny, and recent rumors suggest that any characters players have created in Destiny will not carry over to the follow-up game. But would that be the best approach for the developer to take? Probably not. The initial concept that Bungie presented for Destiny ...

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